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Opdyke, Charles Wilson

Op Dyck genealogy



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THE



OP Dyck Genealogy,



CONTAINING THE



Opdyck - Opdycke — Opdyke— Updike
AMERICAN DESCENDANTS

OF THE

Wesel and Holland Families,



By

CHAELES WILSON OPDYKE,



WITH AN INVESTIGATION INTO THEIR OP DEN DYCK ANCESTORS IN EUROPE.
By LEONARD ECKSTEIN OPDYCKE.



Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may he long in the land.



printed for

Charles W. Opdyke, Leonard E. Opdycke and William S. Opdyke,

New York, 1889,

By weed, parsons & CO., Albany, N. Y.






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1149568

PREFACE.



This collection of records and recollections was begun three years ago to
gratify my own interest, and has now so grown that its preservation re-
quires this book.

Beside the many members of the various branches of the family who
have contributed valuable material to the work, the following antiquarians
are entitled to my thanks for their kind assistance in matters relating to
the colonial and revolutionary periods: Hon. Berthold Fernow, Keeper of
State Historical Records at Albany; James Riker of Waverly, N. Y., au-
thor of Annals of Newtown; Van Brunt Bergen, of Bay Ridge, L. I., wlio
has given access to the valuable unpublished notes of his father, the well
known genealogist Tennis G. Bergen; J. 0. Austin of Providence, the
^ Rhode Island genealogist; William S. Stryker, Adjt. Gen. of N. J., the
N comi)iler of the Rolls of N. J. Soldiers in the Revolution; William H.
y Still well of Brooklyn, the historia.n of Gravesend; Dr. Henry Race of
\j Pittstown, N. J., an untiring student of old Hunterdon history; Andrew
P D. Mellick, Jr., of Plainficld, a most successful collector of accurate in-
p^ formation regarding colonial life in New Jersey; Mr. O'Gorman, the anti-
\ quarian Town Clerk of Newtown, L. I. ; Hon. Charles D. Deshler of New
\ Brunswick, N. J. ; and William F. Wyckoff of Jamaica, L. I.

My kinsman, L. E. Opdycke, desires me to express his sense of obliga-
tion to the following gentlemen for their courteous aid in his searches in
Germany and Holland: the Rev. Dr. Boelitz, Senior Pastor at Wesel-on
Rhine; the Privy Counsellor Dr. Waldemar Harless, Director of the Royal
Prussian Archives at Dusseldorf; Heer J. F. Bylcveldo and the Baron
Sloet, Director and Assistant Director of the Royal-provincial Archives at
Arnliem, Holland.

Charles Wilson Opdyke.
May, 1889.



WITHOUT ILLUSTRATIONS.



CONTENTS



Wesel op den Dycks; 1261-1616. pages.
Eight generations of the ancestors of Gysbert op Dyck, — burgo-
masters, schepens, etc. ; their doings, homes, and seals; chroni-
cles of Wesel, its churches and institutions 1-45

American Descendants of the Wesel Family; 1638-1889.
First generation. Gysbert op Dyck, New York, 1638-1664; com-
mander of Fort Hope; official and private life, patent for
Coney Island, house in Stone Street, etc.; Dutch records;

struggles of the Dutch colony 46-69

Kichard Smith Sr., father of Gysbert's wife; his Mespath
colony and Narragansett trading house; conflict with R. I.
General Assembly; Richard Smith Jr.; Gysbert's children
inherit Narragansett property; " Smith castle " (Updike Man-
sion) at Wickford 69-84

Second generation. Change of name to Updike; Lodowick, 1646-

1737; King Philip's war; development of Wickford; Richard's

death in the Swamp Fight; James at Boston and Wickford;

Daniel captured by Algerine pirates; Rhode Island records . . 84-99

Tliird generation. Richard, of Kingstown, R. I.; active career of

Daniel, twenty- four years Atty. Genl. of R. I. Colony 99-106

Fourth to eighth generations.

Chapter A. Descendants of Richard, in R. I., Mass., N. Y.,

Ohio, 111., la.. Mo., La., and Cuba 107-110

Chapter B. Descendants of Daniel (Atty. Genl.), in R. I.,

Mass., N. Y., and Pa.; life in Narragansett in the last

century; sketches of Lodowick 2d, Daniel 2d (Atty. Genl.

of R. I. State), and Wilkins, of R. 1 110-126



CONTENTS



Holland op den Dycks; 1355-1889.

PAGES.

Elburg; historical and descriptive sketch; op den Dycks, 1355-

1662; burgomaster, sheriff, etc.; estates, seals, records 127-134

The present Oppedyk family at Ylst, 1654-1889 134-135

American Descendants of the Holland Family; 1053-1889.

First generation. Louris Jansen op Dyck; early history of Hol-
land; Louris at Albany, New York, and Gravesend, 1653-
1659; his houses and land; local descriptions; records 136-154

Second generation. Johannes Louwrensen Opdyck, 1051-1729,
life at Dutch Kills, Newtown, L. L; migration in 1697 to
West Jersey; his purchases at what are now Lawrenceville,
Trenton, and Pennington; early settlement of old Maiden-
head and Hopewell townships; records 155-180

Third generation. Johannes' children at Lawrenceville and Tren-
ton; Lawrence Updick, 1675-1748; Albert Opdyck, 1685-
1752; early churches and courts; colonial life in New Jersey;
records 180-202

Fourth generation. Lawrence's sons; their early settlements: —
William Updike at Dutch Neck, N. J.; John Updike at
Princeton; Kevolutionary incidents; Tunis and his probable

Updike descendants 202-214

Samuel Green, pioneer in Sussex Co., N. J.; Samuel Green

Jr. and the Hope Moravians 214-217

Albert's four sons, ancestors of all the Opdyckes, Opdykes,
and Obdykes in America; their early settlements in Hunter-
don, N. J.: — Esq. John Opdycke in old Am well; his house
Washington's Headquarters; Joshua Opdyke in Kingwood;
Hunterdon in the Eevolution; William Opdycke (Obdike) at
Lawrenceville; Benjamin Opdycke in Bethlehem; their farms,
mills, stores, and local offices; old homesteads; sketches and

records 217-235

John Updike; his settlement in Loudoun Co., Virginia, in

1750; letters from his descendants; sketches 236-241



Contents. vii

PAGES.

Fifth generation. Ui>clikes remaining at Dntcli Neck and
Princeton: — Levi, Lawrence, Isaac, William, and Peter;
"Updike road" and grave-yards near Princeton; Kevolution-
ary soldiers; depredations of the British and their adherents;
migration of Burgeon, Roliph, Abraham, Jacob, and John Jr.,
to Tompkins Co., N. Y. ; *' Updike settlement," Log Church,
and grave-yard, in Ulysses township; characteristics of Tomp-
kins county Updikes; sketches and records 241-258

Opdyckes and Opdykes: — George, Samuel, Thomas, Esq.
Richard, Esq. Luther, William, liobert, Hope, Capt. Albert
and Joshua, — all abiding in Iluntcrdon; Revolutionary sold-
iers; migration of John to Warren Co., N. J., and of Samuel
to Troy and Seneca Co., N. Y.; local offices, farms, mills,
stores, old homesteads, churches and grave-yards; manumis-
sion of slaves; sketches and records 259-281

Sons of John Updike the Virginian: — Samuel of Borden-»
town, N. J.; Amon, Rufus, Daniel, and John Jr., in Virginia;
sketches of their settlements and homesteads; strength of

their descendants; Revolutionary incident 281-284

Sixth to ninth generatiojis.

Chapter C. Descendants of Levi Updike, in Mercer Co., N. J.

Jersey ville. 111., etc.; Revolutionary soldiers and sketches 285-289
Chapter D. Descendants of Lawrence U])dike, in Ind., N.
Y., N. J., etc.; Indiana pioneers and Union soldiers;

sketches 289-299

Chapter E. Descendants of Burgoon Updike, in N. Y. and
Mich. ; Burgeon's homestead in Ulysses, Tompkins, N. Y. ;

sketches 299-302

Chapter F. Descendants of William Updike, in N. J., Ilk,
la.. New York City, etc.; their size, strength, and longev-
ity; sketches , 302-310

Chapter G. Descendants of Roliph Updike, in Grass Lake,

Mich., Belleville, 111., etc.; Michigan pioneers 310-312

Chapter H. Descendants of Abraham Ujidike, in Tompkins
Co., N. Y., Grass Lake, Mich., etc.; sketches of Abraham

G., Samuel, and others; Michigan pioneers 313-321

Chapter I. Descendants of Jacob Updike, in N. J., Tomp-
kins Co., Binghamton, and Elmira, N. Y., Tioga Co.,
Pa., Hillsdale and Sherman, Mich., etc.; sketches of

Jacob's six stalwart sons; Pennsylvania pioneers 321-329

Chapter J. Descendants of Peter Updike, in N. J., Ohio,
Neb., and Chicago; the home at Pennington, N. J.;
Chicago i^ioneer; New Jersey enterprise in Nebraska . . . 330-335



Contents.

PAGES.

Chapter K. Desceudauts of John Updike Jr., in Ohio, 111.,
la., and Kas.; Jeremiah's migration to the lake country,

N. Y., and Mt. Liberty, Ohio 335-338

Chapter L. Descendants of George Opdycke, in N. J., Bucks
and Montgomery Counties and Philadelphia, Pa., Conn.,
N. Y., 111., Kas., Cal., and Oregon; Opdycke's Ferry on
Delaware river; Joseph R. pioneer at Morris, 111.; Stacy
B. pioneer at Kaskaskiaand a founder of Springfield, 111.;
Judge Andrew S. of Carlinville, 111. ; and other sketches.. 338-350
Chapter M. Descendants of Samuel Opdycke, in N. J., N.
Y. City, and Col.; Sheriff John, and Samuel 0., lawyer,

of Hunterdon, N. J 351-355

Chapter N. Descendants of Thomas Opdycke, in Hunterdon

and Somerset, N. J., and 111 35G-358

CJiapter 0. Descendants of Esq. Eichard Opdycke, in Hun-
sterdon, N. J., Seneca, N. Y., Bucks, Pa., Jerseyville, 111.,
Mich., Wise, etc.; Richard's nine athletic sons; rich
farms in Bucks Co., Pa., and Seneca Co., N. Y.; sketches. 358-368
Chapter P. Descendants of Esq. Luther Opdycke, in Hun-
terdon etc., N. J., N. Y. City and Seneca, N. Y.; Hud-
son, Mason, etc., Mich., Plymouth and Shiloh, Ohio,
Conn., Pa., Kas., and Arizona; early settlement of John
in Richland Co., Ohio; life of Mayor George Opdyke of
N. Y. City; sketches of Luther, Rev. Sylvester H., Rev.

Hiram D., of N. J., and others 368-394

Chapter Q. Descendants of John Opdyke, in Warren Co. etc.,
N. J., Albany and Troy, N. Y., Jesup and Le Mars, la.,

Ashland, Kas., etc.; millers; sketches 395-400

Chapter R. Descendants of William Opdyke, in Sussex and
Warren, N. J., Philadelphia, Bucks and Luzerne, Pa., Bir-
mingham, Mich., etc.; the Philadelphia Obdykes; sketches. 400-405
Chapter S. Descendants of Hope Opdyke, in Trenton, Green-
wich, and Bridgeton, N. J., Philadelphia, 111., etc.; Op-
dykes and Updikes; sketches 405-409

Chapter T. Descendants of Samuel Opdyke (Updike), in
Seneca, N. Y., Tecumseh, Mich., etc.; only living great

grandson of Albert Opdyck 409-411

Chapter U. Descendants of Capt. Albert Opdycke, in N. J.,
N. Y., Pa., Ohio, Ind., 111., la., Kas., Neb., Col., Tex.,
and Cal. ; early settlements in Ohio by Henry, Peter, and
Albert; and in lud. by Henry C; the old New Jersey
homestead; Ohio pioneer life; military career of Gen.
Emerson Opdycke; otlier sketches 411-429



Contents.



PAGES.



Chapter V. Descendants of Josliua Opdycke, in N. J., N. Y.
Pa., Ohio, 111., Mo., Minn., Nob., Col., and Cal.; Joshua's
old farm and mill in N. J. ; migrations to Utica, Ohio,
Stark Co., 111., and Bible Grove, Mo.; Cornelius M., his
repeated trips across the Continent and early mining in
California; war raids in Missouri 439-441

Chapter W. Descendants of Amon Updike, in Bedford Co.,

etc., Virginia; brave Confederate soldiers 441-444

Chapter X. Descendants of Rufus Ux)dike, in Shenandoah
Valley, etc., Virginia, and in Ohio; early hunting in the
Blue Ridge mountains; Capt. James G. of the Stonewall
Brigade; touching incident at Bull Run; characteristics
of Virginia Updikes 444_449

Chapter Y. Descendants of Daniel Updike, in Bentonville,

etc., Virginia, and Ohio 449-450

Chapter Z. Descendants of John Updike Jr., in Warren,
Rappahannock, and Albemarle Counties, Virginia, West
Leipsic, etc., Ohio; letter from Miss Zorelda W. of Ben-
tonville 450-453



ERRATA.



Page.


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93,


35, should read


; given in our Chapter B.


98,


3,


the Rhode Island branch.


108,


37,


although he was also a sea captain.


110,


3, "


is a merchant in Belton, Texas.


135,


4,


op den Dycks of Wesel and Elburg.


154,


18,


in Mespath 1667 when he married.


159,


13,


made the wood into pip^j-staves.


190,


47,


John, (death, in table), 1790.


235,


46,


Joshua, (death, in table), 1800.


289,


15-6,


John, (residence, in table), Smithfield, Pa.


330,


14,


Theodore B.


332,


37,


Frederick P.


389,


6,


married Ida Reed.



Abbreviations Used in Citing from Kecords.



Ac. Bks. D Account Books of tlie Tovvu of Wesel, iu Archive Office at

Dusseldorf-on-Rhine.
B . . .Records of West Jersey Proprietors in Surveyor General's

Office at Burlingtou, N. J.

B. B. D BuergerhuGh, or List of Adniissious to Citizenship of

Wesel, iu Dusseldorf Archive Office.

C. C. D C(italo(jus Consilium, or List of Wesel Magistrates, in Dus-

seldorf Archive Office.

Ch. Arch. W Church Archives at Wesel. The uumher following the

word " gef." {gefach) indicates the case iu which the book
is kept, while the second number is that borne by the
book itself.

Clev. Mint Acs. D Account Books of Mint-Master of Duchy of Cleves, in

Dusseldorf Archive Office.

C. M. D Wesel Council Minutes, in Dusseldorf Archive Office.

Dutch MSS Historical Manuscripts iu State Library, Albany, N. Y.

Elb. Bapt. Reg. Elb Baptismal Register of Elburg, iu Towu Hall of that place.

Elb. Ct. Miu. A Minutes of Elburg Court, in Archive Office at Arnhem-ou-

Rhine.

Elb. MSS. A Manuscripts relating to Elburg, in Arnhem Archive Office.

The number following the letter "L." (Zrtrfe) indicates
the box in which the manuscript is kept, while the
second number is that borue by the manviscript itself.

Elb. Sch. Book A Minute Book of the Elburg Schepeus, in Arnhem Archive

Office.

Elb. Town Min. A Minutes of Elburg Town Council, in Arnhem Archive

Office.

Elb. Urk. A Urkuiule, or Sealed Instruments, relating to Elburg, in

Arnhem Archive Office. The number following the
letter " L." indicates the box iu which the instrument is
kept, while the second number is that borne by the in-
strument itself.

F Hunterdon County Records, at Flemington, N. J.

Geld. Lease Bk. A LcenaJctenhock, or Lease Book, of the Duchy of Gelderland,

in Arnhem Archive Office.

Geld. Lease Regist Register of Gelderland Leases, in Arnhem Archive Office.

MSS. D Manuscripts relating to Wesel, in Dusseldorf Archive

Office. The number following the word "■ cax>s." {c(ip-
sel) indicates the box in which the manuscript is kept,
* . while the second number is that borue by the manu-

script itself.

Mt. H Burlington County Records, at Mt. Holly, N. J.

N Sussex County Records, at Newton, N. J.

N. B ■. Middlesex County Records, at New Brunswick, N. J.

Newt. R Records in Town Clerk's Office, at Newtown, L. I.

Oldenbrk. Ct. Min., Oldbrk . . Court Miuutes of the town of Oldebroek, iu the Towu Hall
of Oldebroek, near Elburg.

P Records of East Jersey Proprietors, iu Surveyor General's

Office, at Perth Amboy, N. J.

Register of Kampen etc is an official printed catalogue of documents relating to the

city of Kampen, near Elburg. A copy of this catalogue
is kept iu the Arnhem Archive Office.

S Somerset County Records, at Somerville, N. J.

T Records on file in the office of the Secretary of State, at

Trenton, N. J.

Urk. D Urlcunde, or Sealed Instruments, iu Dusseldorf Archive

Office. The addition of the words "cert, copy "indi-
cates that a certified copy of the document has been de-
posited in the Library of the N. Y. Historical Society.



Charts.

Charts 1 to 4 sliow the Wesel family and their Americau descendauts; charts 5 to 30
show the family at Elburg, and the American descendants of the Holland family. These
charts contain references to pages of the book, and are designed to serve as a family
guide. They could all have been given in two large folding sheets, showing the two
great family trees in a very impressive manner. The reader however would have found
such .sheets inconvenient to handle and easily injured; for this reason, the members of the
Wesel branch have been divided in four charts, and those of the Holland branch in
twenty-six charts.



Akkangement of the Book.

The arrangement of the book follows the order of the charts, the Wesel line being
placed first because it has been traced to the earlier date.

First the European ancestors, as far as known, are given as they appear in Charts 1
and 5.

Then the early American patriarchs are described in the order of their generations, as
shown in Charts 3 and 6.

■ Finally the later generations are divided into twenty-six groups or chapters, corres-
ponding with the division of the twenty-six remaining charts. Chapters A and B con-
tain the last five generations of the Wesel descendants; Chapters C to Z the last four
generations of the Holland descendants. By this arrangement every present descendant
can find grouped together in one chart and chapter all his nearer relatives, — that, is, all
the descendants of his grandfather, great-grandfather, or great-great-grandfather, ac-
cording to the generation of the reader.



Tables of Children.

Tables of children, in all parts of the book, show the year of birth, the year of death,
the wife or husband, the residence, and the occupation. In cases of married women
the occupation given is that of the hu.sband.

Immediately following these tables of children, will be found sketches of daughters
and unmarried sons. The sketches of sons that have had married children are generally
given later, — in the order of their generation.



Notation.



In the Chapters, — A, B, and C to Z, — the notation of children is based upon a system
that will be readily understood. For instance the children of 4 are numbered 40, 41,
42, etc.; the children of 41 are numbered 410, 411, 412, etc. To find an individual's an
cestor, the reader need only drop the last figures of that individual's number; thus, the
father of 4^^ is 41< and the grandfather is 4-

In the case of the patriarchs of the earlier generations — covered by Charts 2 and 6 —
this system is not followed, as the later generations would then have had to be desig-
nated by long and unwieldy numbers. In the earlier generations we have therefore
substituted page references at the beginning of each sketch, to direct the reader to the
ancestors; — and at the end, a reference to the page or chapter where the descendants
may be found.



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American Descendants of the Wesel Family.
1st to 3d Generations of Males, f ages 46-106.



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Wickfonl, R. I.
Paj^e 85.



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....-1675.
Wickford, R. I.
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. - - 1734.
Kingstown, R. I.
page 99.



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1694-1757.
Wickford and
Newport, R. I.
page 100.



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1605-dicd after 1664. \ 1658-.

Wesel-on-Rliine, and \ page 67.

New York.
Page I46.

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1658-1729.

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page 96.



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American Descendants of the Wesel Family.
Male Descendants of Daniel Updike, Chapter B, pages 110-126.



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ir6l-l&42. I ....-1862.

E. Greenwich, E. Greenwich,

R. I. R. I.



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17ti3-lS55.
Wickford, R. I.



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1774-1833.
R. I. andN. Y.
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....-1833.



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1694-1757. 1 1725-1804.



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1779-1SG9.
Wickford. R. I.



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1781-1819. 1 1808-1863.

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Kingston, R. I.



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CHART 1



American Descendants of the Holland Family.



Male Desceiidauts of Levi Updike, Chapter C, pages 2S5-2S0.

5th. Cth. 7th. 8th.



Villiam

1759-1847.
Dutch Neck,

Mercer,

N.J.



fEIias 1807-1879. Dutch Neck. N. J.

, . JWilliam 1812-1882. Dutch Neck, N. J.

*"?y'-:r,;.: iTheoclore. .. 1816-living. Jerseyville, 111.

rifUMi, (Daniel D .... 1807-1852. Dutch Neck, N. J.

Dutch Neck,
Mercer, N. J.



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1730-1807.

Windsor,
Mercer,
N.J.

page 243.



Clement

1701-1838.
Dutch Neck,

Mercer,

N.J.



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1791-1833. (KobertA..

Dutch Neck,
Mercer, N. J.



jLievi, unmarried.
1795-1828.
Dutch Neck,
Mercer, N. J.



Dutch Neck, ft^ooJs - -

Mercer, N. J.



1817-living. Hightstown, N. J.
1829-1807. Burlington, N. J.



lS36-living. Trenton, N J.
1839-living. Trenton, N. J.
1848-living. Norwalk, Com



CHART B.



Amekican Descendants of the Holland Family.
Male Descendants of Lawrence Updike, Chapter D, pages 2S9-299.



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Somerset,
N.J.

Tompkins,
N. Y.



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1739-1813. \
Betlilehem, \
Hunterdon I



John

1770-1820.

Smithfield,

Pa.



Iiawreiice Jr.

1 1778-18,54.
I Tompkins
\ Co., N. Y.



Peter

1784-1860.
Franklin Co..
Ind.



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Samuel -dec'd.

Isaac ._ -dec'd.

John B.. ....-1845.

Elijah 1821-living.

I Harrison -dec'd.

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, Indiana.

Hamilton Co., Ohio.
Westporl, Ind.

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Forest Hill, Ind.



'Aaron F 18ai-living. Letts Corner, Ind.



, Andrew J.... 1815-1846. Franklin Co., Ind.

Elijah I. 3 t,awrence . .. 1819-1881. Fairbury, Neb.

1791-1871. ) Isaiah T 1821-living. Carthage, Mo.

Franklin Co., ' Adin H -living. Ute, Monona, la.

Ind.

,„,,„ f (Peter. 1821-living. Skillman, Somerset, N. J.

1789-1872 '' Spencer l&28-lSg2. Mt. Rose, Mercer, N. J.

Hopewell, N. J.



lEbenezer.

Etna, Tompkins,
N. Y.



'Lawrence, no children.

-18U9.

Groton, Tomp-
kins, N. Y.



/Saninel.

1796-deceased.



nrorric R J J"''" ^ 1S29-18S7. Whitcomb, Ind.

1800^1862! ' William A .. 1836-living. \Yhitcomb, Ind.

Whitcomb, Ind .

(James . 1832-living. Ripley Co., Ind.
Joseph l&51-living. Decatur Co., Ind.
John W 1854-living. Decatur Co., Ind.

1803-1880. A Thomas B ... 1856-living. Decatur Co., Ind.

St. Maurice, Ind. | Henry A 1858-living. Decatur Co., Ind.

VSamuel 1863-living. Decatur Co., Ind.

'«„„,„,„,„ iJohnAV 1829-1871. Whitcomb, Ind.

]8(^-1879 "* Samuel Ig35-living. Westport, Ind.

Whitcomb, Ind.



/James, no children.
1808-1847.
Whitcomb, Ind.

{John H 1841-living. Brookville, Ind.
I.evi S 1852-living. Smithfield, Ind.
Isaac Newt .. 18.54-living. Florence, Kas.
George E 1857-living. Roseburg, Ind.
., u,i.u^mu, iuu. Charles E.... 1861-living. Whitcomb, Ind.



{John W 1840-1886. Huntington Co., Ind.
Benjamin F. 1848-living. Huntington Co., Ind.
William W.. 1850-1872. Huntington Co., Ind.
James M 1852-living. Huntington Co., Ind.
Samuel K 1855-living. Huntington Co., Ind.

( Jacob.



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